New signing Macauley Bonne have scored in stoppage time to earn QPR a 1-1 Sky Bet Tournament draw at Sheffield Wednesday.
Yoann Barbet’s own objective gave the hosts the prospect before Bonne’s leveller in the 6th minute of added time in Hillsborough.
Owls manager Garry Monk named four adjustments from the side that lost in order to Bristol City last time out. Callum Paterson was handed his begin after arriving from Cardiff, Elias Kachunga dropped down to the counter, while Dominic Iorfa and Izzy Brown were absent from the team. Liam Shaw and Adam Achieve replaced the pair.
QPR made just the one vary from the home draw against Middlesbrough, along with Tom Carroll replacing George Jones in midfield. Bonne was called amongst the substitutes.
The particular Owls threatened from distance via Kadeem Harris but his photo was blocked before it could problems Seny Dieng in the QPR objective.
Geoff Cameron directly missed a golden opportunity for the particular visitors towards the end of the 1st half. Ilias Chair delivered an additional corner, with Cameron glancing their effort on to the post.
Paterson came close to opening their Wednesday account, but his threatening effort was deflected out for a large part.
On the brink of half-time Josh Windass found himself by means of on goal after a delightful through-ball from Reach, however he did not convert his shot before Barbet was there to cover for QPR.
After the interval, Owls captain Barry Bannan came near to making the breakthrough when Achieve took a quick free-kick. Bannan’s generate was parried beyond the blog post by Dieng.
Wed made the breakthrough in the 54th minute. Bannan played an exceptional through-ball to Reach, who delivered a low combination into the penalty area where Barbet tapped the ball into their own goal.
Reach nearly doubled the Owls’ lead right after the opener with a fierce volley but his shot was parried away by Dieng.
QPR came close to equalising whenever Rob Dickie rose the highest from the corner, however his header has been too high.
Cameron nearly levelled when Bright Osayi-Samuel shipped a driven cross, however Cameron’s effort was collected comfortably simply by Dawson.
There was past due drama at both ends, along with Massimo Luongo rattling the crossbar for the Owls in the 89th moment after meeting Harris’ delivery for the penalty spot.
Plus, in the last minute of stoppage period, Bonne latched onto a Barbet cross, giving the visitors the creditable draw.
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